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Re: Boss Marine CD player
It could mean many things: the disc is inserted upside down, the disc is too scratched to play, too dirty to play, there might be condensation on the lens, mechanical failure, the list goes on.
If the disc is fine and inserted the correct way, and the error code keeps appearing, it typically indicates mechanical failure and that the CD player will need new parts and/or alignment to properly work again. I would suggest taking it to an authorized repair center.
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"it never works"... this is NOT enough information for us. You are not telling us how the CD is tested. If you are testing it in a boombox type player, that is not a test. First thing is to look at the bottom of the CD to see if you can detect written tracks... with right lighting you can tell if it has been burned. REMEMBER that CD's, unlike phonograph records, are written from the middle outward. Many consumer players have trouble playing CD's that are written but not "finalized". If you CAN see written area (compare to unburned CD) then likely the burning is taking place, and the problem is the format is either not complete or incompatible with your player. Try reading the disk in your computer. Also you might want to visit the forums for the Boss/Roland workstations at VSPLANET.com.
i would contact the manufacture or the users manual of the radio for help.
if not do a google search for the radio and enter the make and model number and u will be able to get most of the information u will need there ok.
best regards mike
The Transport has a problem, more than likely it's lens is out of align. Depending on the cost of the player, it can be repaired for $125-$175 on average. You can try a Laser Lens Cleaner that uses fluid, it may work. Run it thru a few times then try a disc. Good Luck. Hope this helps
The Clarion manual lists 3 error messages.
Error 2-A disk is caught inside the CD deck and is not ejected.
Error 3-A disk cannot be played due to scratches, etc.
Error 6-A disc is loaded upside-down and cannot be played.